Change@Work

Change@Work

CHANGE@WORK is a podcast about the ever evolving world of work and the human behaviors that drive it. Chris Thornton, Senior Principal at Daggerwing Group, hosts and discusses what we’ve learned as change consultants with partners, clients and leading experts from a variety of industries. Tune in every month as we share what’s happening in the world of work, how leaders can prepare for the future, and how to engage employees along the way.

Episodes

May 23, 2023 29 mins

Daniel Oppong, founder of The Courage Collective, a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion consultancy, joins us again on this episode of Change@Work. He and host, Chris Thornton, discuss the evolution of DE&I initiatives as of late, how they’ve been met with less momentum,  and shares why it’s imperative that organ...

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Brian Crimmins, CEO of Changing Our World, a trusted social impact consulting firm that advises leading corporations and nonprofit organizations, joins us for this episode of Chang@Work. He and host Chris Thornton discuss Brian's new book, The Gen...

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Celeste Leverton, Associate Director, Sustainability Manager at Coutts, a 331-year-old private bank in the UK, joins us for this episode on Change@Work. Listen as she and host, Chris Thornton, discuss what the B Corp certification process entails, the benefits of becoming certified, and how to get employees and leade...

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Paul Thallner, Principal at Daggerwing Group and author of Reinventing Resilience, joins this episode of Change@Work. Listen as he and host Chris Thornton, discuss why Paul wrote his new book and why organizations must evolve and grow so workers aren't forced to continually bounce back. Paul shares how to use his model to reinvent resilience and create great work cultures that attract and retain the best talent. For more informatio...

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Emily Graham, Chief Equity and Impact Officer at Omnicom Group, joins this episode of Change@Work. Listen as she and host Chris Thornton discuss Omnicom’s renewed approach to DE&I as a result of 2020, the need for leaders to own and drive inclusive and equitable cultures, and the many ways in which people, at all levels, can contribute to the unique tapestry...

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David Tate, Professor at Yale University School of Management and CEO of Conscious Growth Partners – a leadership coaching and executive development consultancy – joins this episode of Change@Work. Listen as he and host Chris Thornton discuss his upcoming book, Conscious Accountability, how leaders can deepen relationships with their teams, and the 7 practices to help build accountability within work cultures.

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Sandy Skees, Global Purpose & Impact Practice Lead at Porter Novelli, joins this episode of Change@Work. Tune in as Sandy and host Chris Thornton discuss the impactful rise of ESG on Wall Street in recent years, consumer expectations when it comes to ESG performance, and why defining purpose is critical to an organization’s success.

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Michael Maslansky, CEO of language strategy firm maslansky + partners, joins this episode of Change@Work. Tune in as he and host Chris Thornton discuss two strategic language frameworks that organizations can use to effectively communicate ideas, build trust with employees, and foster an environment of transparency and inclusion.

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Johannes Wassenberg, Managing Director at Moody’s Corporation, joins this episode of Change@Work to discuss ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance). Listen as he and host Chris discuss how ESG has come to the forefront in recent years, the different stakeholders driving this change, and what it all means for the future of businesses around the world.

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Luisa Schumacher, Design Thinking Catalyst Lead at Ford Motor Company, joins this episode of Change@Work. Listen as she and host Chris Thornton discuss incorporating human-centered design into everyday work, inviting abstraction into our work-style, and Luisa's three key design thinking tools.
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Ranjay Gulati—a Harvard Business School professor, organization and leadership expert, and best-selling author—joins this episode of CHANGE@WORK. Tune in as he and host Chris Thorn discuss his new book, Deep Purpose, and how to go beyond a surface-level purpose statement to actually activate performance.

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Sarah Flynn, Chief Marketing Officer at Thirty Five Ventures—Kevin Durant’s multi-faceted media, marketing, and investment company—joins this episode of CHANGE@WORK to discuss the synergies between the sports world and business world. Listen as she and host Chris Thornton discuss how organizations can learn from sports teams when it comes to team dynamics, creating purpose-driven brands and working without silos.

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Stephen Satterfield, a writer, producer, media entrepreneur, and host of High on the Hog—a Netflix documentary-series that traces the origins of African-American cuisine—joins this episode of CHANGE@WORK to talk about leading an industry through change. Listen as he and host Chris Thornton discuss the importance of storytelling, the role it plays in creating transformation, and how it lends a voice to those who are often overlooked...

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Evan Sohn, CEO of Recruiter.com, joins this episode of CHANGE@WORK to discuss the recent trends he is seeing in the world of recruiting and talent retention. Listen as he and host Chris Thornton offer insights into how organizations can retain their people, and most importantly, offer new ways to keep them engaged. 

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Daniel Oppong, founder of The Courage Collective, sits down with host Chris Thornton on this episode of Change@Work to discuss why engaging people, and encouraging them to bring their whole selves to work, is the key to business transformation success. They explore what DE&I means at the systemic and personal level, and how embedding DE&I throughout the entire employee l...

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Management consultant, executive coach, and frequent contributor to HBR and Forbes, Liz Kislik joins host Chris Thornton on this episode of CHANGE@WORK to discuss how, in the wake of the pandemic, organizations need to determine the best strategy moving forward for their people and business. They dive into the needs of different employee groups, how to retain top talent, the importance of empathetic leadership, and the commitment t...

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OPRG's Global Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer, Soon Mee Kim joins CHANGE@WORK -- a podcast from Daggerwing Group. 

In this episode, host Chris Thornton talks with Soon Mee Kim, Global Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer at Omnicom Public Relations Group, to understand how 2021 will be a year of action for organizations' DE&I initiatives. They discuss the fear that often prevents change in the workplace and how that ca...

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Chartered Organizational Psychologist and Principal at Daggerwing Group, Maria Dodd is back on CHANGE@WORK for more of our miniseries on the psychology of change. 

In this episode, Maria and Chris dive into the different cognitive biases, why they matter, and how they drive behavior. They discuss where these biases show up in the workplace and the challenges that result when trying to address them. Through their conversation, liste...

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HPE's Director of Employee Experience and Communication, Katie Sibley joins the next episode of CHANGE@WORKCHANGE@WORK -- a podcast from Daggerwing Group.

In this episode, host Chris Thornton welcomes Katie Sibley...
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Daggerwing Group CEO and Co-Founder Ewan Main joins the next episode of CHANGE@WORK -- a podcast from Daggerwing Group.

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